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Growth and the development of sexual size dimorphism in lorises and galagos

Growth and the development of sexual size dimorphism in lorises and galagos

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O'MARA, Michael Teague, Adam D. GORDON, Kierstin K. CATLETT, Carl J. TERRANOVA, Gary T. SCHWARTZ, 2012. Growth and the development of sexual size dimorphism in lorises and galagos. In: American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 147(1), pp. 11-20. ISSN 0002-9483. eISSN 1096-8644. Available under: doi: 10.1002/ajpa.21600

@article{OMara2012Growt-30456, title={Growth and the development of sexual size dimorphism in lorises and galagos}, year={2012}, doi={10.1002/ajpa.21600}, number={1}, volume={147}, issn={0002-9483}, journal={American Journal of Physical Anthropology}, pages={11--20}, author={O'Mara, Michael Teague and Gordon, Adam D. and Catlett, Kierstin K. and Terranova, Carl J. and Schwartz, Gary T.} }

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